Local Entertainment

Battle of the concert bands in Lake Country

The annual Concert Band competition is held at Creekside Theatre April 24 to 26

Laughter explosion at Letterkenny

Side-splitting, but sensitive comedy show sold out in Kelowna

Embattled band Hedley plays last show in Kelowna before hiatus

About 3,000 tickets had sold for final performance at Prospera Place

54.40 revisits Kelowna

The rockers will highlight old songs with a new twist March 31

Free theatre performance for Lake Country families

Robinson Crusoe + Friday will be performed at Creekside Theatre April 14

New group to bring acclaimed movies to Lake Country

The Lake Country Arts Council Film Committee will show two films this Saturday

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Dance the night away at Winter Carnival
Maggie brings Dr. Seuss characters to life in Penticton
A Vernon resident is cast as extra in Hollywood film
Dancing the night away in the Shuswap

Kissel keeps Vernon on their feet

Country performance has crowd partying on a Monday night, like it’s a Friday

Lake Country Art Gallery showcases latest find

The artwork at the gallery is considered by some to be artist Mary Bull’s finest work

Aspiring Armstrong actor’s career moving forward

Robert Stratford’s first commercial hits the airwaves

  • Feb 27th, 2018

Indigenous films to screen at Kelowna festival

Kelowna film fest beginning Thursday has a wide variety of films

Luna Fest issues callout for artist submissions

Festival’s art installations transform downtown Revelstoke in the fall

Kelowna art camp held for spring break

Classes for children are available from March 19 to 29

Vagina Monologues hits the Kelowna stage this week

Okanagan production set to target a hot topic: vaginas

Brakemen pulling out all the stops for 2018

Kettle Valley Brakemen planning some surprises

Kelowna film festival to showcase nearly 30 films

The World Community Film Festival opens Thursday, March 1

Your reviews: Old Dominion, Washboard Union and Cold Creek Country at the SOEC

Photos and reviews from fans in Penticton at the Old Dominion concert

Movie Guy: The 15:17 to Paris a real life thriller

Kelowna movie reviewer Rick Davis looks at this week’s new releases

  • Feb 11th, 2018

Skyhawks returning as Penticton Peachfest lineup announced

President Don Kendall said he believes the lineup will top 2017’s ‘best lineup ever’

Warming up Penticton with a taste of Mardi Gras

Tiny Islands keeps young audience on thier feet

The Movie Guy: The Oscars and new movies

Kelowna movie columnist Rick Davis takes a look at the movie scene in his weekly column

  • Jan 24th, 2018